National Rural Women's Network

The National Rural Women’s Network and is a place for all women to meet, network, share ideas, get information, talk about the real issues affecting them and inform government policy.

The National Rural Women’s Network links in with existing networks and services to connect women through newsletters, email, social media, traditional media, word-of-mouth and face-to-face events.  The network was launched in October 2010 and assist rural, remote and regional women to ………….network. 

Remember, the network is YOUR network, and we need your involvement and input to make it develop and grow. Feel free to contact us at any time with your ideas and suggestions and don’t forget to JOIN THE NETWORK TODAY!

Don’t forget to sign up for our newsletter for all of the latest news about the National Rural Women’s Network and our other projects and events.



We invite you to check out the National Rural Women's Network social media links.  



 The social media accounts are managed by the Networking the Networks team. The team members are Regional, Rural and Remote women located throughout Australia. They will be truly sharing with you informative, engaging stories from right across the country.

Click here for more information on the National Rural Women's Network Team


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The NRWC congratulates the thirteen young Australians with a love of agriculture and the capability to be future leaders who have each been awarded the prestigious Horizon Scholarship.
Developed to help address the shortage of trained professionals entering primary industries and designed to promote the diverse career pathways that agriculture offers, the Horizon Scholarship attracts Australia’s best and brightest young tertiary students.

The students are studying for degrees such as agricultural science and animal and rural sciences at universities across the country, and all are committed to a career in primary industries after their studies.

The NRWC recognise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as First Nation traditional owners and custodians of country throughout Australia, and their continuing connection to land, sea and community. We pay our respects to them and their cultures, and to elders both past and present.

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